2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Business Computing, Department
Gemeinsame Kommission B.Sc. Wirtschaftsinformatik
- Keplerstraße 17
- 70174 Stuttgart
- Phone: +49 711 685-0
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Special features regarding teachingVery good student-teacher ratio thanks to four Business Informatics chairs; Promotion of profile formation through electives in business informatics, business administration and computer science; Broad range of courses as a result of two universities participating; Integration of current research projects in teaching; Excellent networking with industry and research institutions in the region; Several programmes for studying abroad; Additionally voluntary courses and certification opportunities; Accredited degree programme; Resources of both universities can be used.
Special features regarding the international orientationStudents can use exchange programmes of the two universities Hohenheim and Stuttgart; Large number of international partner universities worldwide; Support provided by staff in connection with ERASMUS exchange programmes; Advisory services regarding studying abroad; Language centres Hohenheim and Stuttgart offer language courses for all target countries at different levels; Cross-cultural training with certificate (“F.I.T.”); International“).
Common partner universities for exchangeQueensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia; University of Newcastle, Australia; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Universidad de Alcalá, Spain; Portland State University, USA; Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Universidad de Chile, Chile; California State University, USA; Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain; The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China/Hong Kong
Special features regarding the equipmentExcellent technical facilities for Business Informatics chair with separate laboratories for research and teaching, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Intelligence (BI), Additive Manufacturing (AM), Eye Tracking; Industry 4.0, Autonomous Systems; Use of the laboratories for exercises, seminars, case studies and final theses; Software solutions available for student work (e.g. Office, literature management, data analysis); Further work spaces with PC equipment, partially freely accessible; Five libraries provide a large inventory of databases and subject-specific literature.
Special features regarding research activitiesKey research areas are cooperative intelligent information systems, business intelligence and analytics, IT support for negotiations and management of enterprise software; Numerous, multi-year research and development projects in collaboration with companies, associations, public institutions and universities (regional, national and European); Students can participate in research projects, particularly through final theses; Results from research projects are integrated into the teaching; Principle of design-oriented business informatics.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.winfohost.de/forschung
Support for foundersBusiness Informatics professors support students interested in start-ups and act as mentors as part of EXIST start-up grants; Sessions on start-up management as part of the “Entrepreneurial Brains Made on Campus”, “Heidelberg Innovation Forum” and the “Business Informatics” working group; Technology Transfer initiative at the University of Stuttgart provides support and advice for start-up projects; Special transfer and incubator centre in Business Informatics.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsDisabilities representative of the University of Stuttgart supports and advises applicants and students with disabilities or chronic illness on specific issues related to disabilities or chronic illness; This is a voluntary, confidential, independent, person-centred and open-ended service; Equalisation of disadvantages possible with respect to admissions, study design and exams; Rooms and lecture halls generally provide barrier-free access, that is, there are lifts and ground-level access; Appropriate parking is available.
Characteristics of diversity advancementOur services are open to all, regardless of gender, race, skin colour, language, religion, political opinion, national or social origin. We see diversity as an enrichment for the programme. Examples of the promotion of the diversity include: "Family-friendly university" certificate: Teleworking options, care assistance, rooms for nursing and playing with children; Day-care centres and counselling; Involvement of several professors in teaching and committees; Girls’ Day; Mentor programmes for female students and researchers.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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